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Condition 2-affected doctors estimate as moderate — one in the clinic emergency medical care — remains languid state. They have wounds of the chest and abdomen. Over the wounded — 22 — in the 6th Minsk clinic. Here the whole Chamber of the wounded — four people. Among them, 67-year-old Vladimir Golovko. He knows about his own wounds: "There is an open fracture of the right foot and lower leg. Hajek much. And there through or not through the nut. Cracks, everything is in a cast." After, what happened, Vladimir Golovko no longer wishes to go to such events."Desire not,
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Back in 2011, Ukraine controlled two-thirds of the transit of Russian gas, but the beginning of 2013 through its territory is already less than half the volume. Ukraine will continue to lose control over the export of gas by Gazprom and receive less of 300-400 million dollars a year, experts say
Ukraine, once controlled two-thirds of the transit of Russian gas to the countries of the former USSR, now provides less than half of the bleeding, according to the calculations of the Agency Gas Information (AGI) based on Russian and European managers.
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JSC "Transneft" has finished laying back three-kilometer section of the pipeline of "Eastern Siberia — Pacific Ocean" (ESPO) pipeline under the river Angara, said the LLC "MCC ESPO" (customer-builder facilities ESPO).
On Tuesday, at 16.30 Irkutsk time (11.30 MSK) has been laid culvert (pipe) in an underwater trench across the river Angara. Construction of the project started in June 2011. The transition is located in the Irkutsk region to 288 km of the TC "ESPO". The width of the Angara River at the intersection of the main pipeline is 2,940 meters depth from the water surface to the bottom —
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Chinese cargo ship came to the country's first commercial flight in the Northeast Sea Route, writes FT. The vessel Yong Sheng, the state-owned Chinese company Cosco, came out of the north-eastern port of Dalian in Rotterdam.
The route passes through the Bering Strait, can save up to 15 days in the way, compared with the traditional running through the Suez Canal and the Mediterranean Sea. This is possible due to climatic conditions.
North-East route (or the Northern Sea Route) recently attracted more and more attention to the shipping industry, because of climate change open water
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Simulated fire operations Facts
Firefighters often put their lives at risk, and therefore, it is important to know how to do their job. The modular program that simulates a variety of fire situations, developed on the basis of new information technologies.
In order to make their way through the smoke in protective suits and breathing apparatus, rescue workers need to have a good concentration of attention: to be able to quickly determine the place where they can be affected, and the nearest exit. While rescuers used ropes to go back, but this is not the most reliable way — rope
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Guests sweet institutions will be asked to "eat through" their way through the windows and walls covered with almond cookies and eat meringue rugs and window sills made of sweets. The world's first "hotel", made entirely of cakes, will be able to welcome their guests only for one night. Guests will be offered a pillow of vanilla sponge and handmade carpet, painstakingly created from meringue.
The facility is located in Soho in central London, and is the result of 14
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Climate change threatens Nile and Limpopo Weather and Climate
Nile is the longest river in the world. It flows through the Sudan, Burundi, Rwanda, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Tanzania, Kenya, Ethiopia, Uganda and Egypt, defining political relationships of East Africa. Limpopo — Central River in southern Africa, which is making its way through Mozambique.
The widespread increase in temperature and changes in rainfall patterns can greatly affect the Nile and Limpopo. Consequently, the country through which the rivers are at risk of 'water' conflicts.
In the study of rivers, scientists have concluded that the introduction of drip irrigation in
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In his books, anthropologist and historian Michael Cremo and Richard Thompson mathematician lead startling data, which the scientific community has been aware of, but for a long time this information was outside the field of view of scientists thanks to the so-called "knowledge filtration." The bottom line comes down to the fact that modern man has existed on Earth for millions of years.
To extract this information to light, the authors had to do an enormous amount of research and analysis, the results are so impressive that are set out in such detail that
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Tornado through the Interstate I-95 in Virginia Natural Disasters
A cold front moving toward the east USA October 13, 2011, caused a small tornado in the state of Virginia.
F1 tornado force Fujita scale was recorded at 17:30 local time on the highway I-95 gusting winds, reaching up to 80 miles per hour. Fortunately, the victims did not have.
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Canadian scientists have invented a new way of producing electricity from flowing water. The new device, which description is published in a special edition of the Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, called "electrokinetic battery."
The battery is a small glass jar, which run through hundreds of thousands of parallel microscopic channels. Due to the phenomenon of the electric field that creates a two-layer medium, the vessel operates as a conventional heating coil. Water it flowing through the
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